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Deputies were dispatched to reality star Scott Disick's home in the gated city of Hidden Hills Sunday morning where an apparent forced entry was found.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department says a burglar alarm call came in at 1:21 am on Sunday, and that upon arriving, deputies found a rear glass sliding door had been forced open.
Radaronline.com reports that the 'Keeping up with the Kardashians' star was in Las Vegas for his birthday when his home was burglarized.
Sgt. Vincent Plair said that no one was home at the time, and sheriff's detectives have not been able to contact the residents to see if anything had been taken.
A string of sports and entertainment celebrities in Hollywood, the Hollywood Hills and the San Fernando Valley have been targeted by burglars lately. Some notable names who have been hit by the burglars include Yasiel Puig, Derek Fisher, Cesar Milan and Alanis Morissette (we'll skip the joke about irony).
Disick's home is located in Hidden Hills - which is a small subdivision that has been incorporated as its own individual city at the southwest end of the San Fernando Valley. The two roads into town are staffed by security gates, but crimes are handled by sheriff's deputies.